LOS ANGELES: LECTURE How Yoghism helps you in your studies and permits a more integral understanding



1966144_4001325046913_3441625337618353014_o“The fight against ignorance is what has to be undertaken first; there is nothing more important existing today and its supporting point should be sought in the meaning of yoghism.

Yoga, a word derived from the Sanskrit Yug, which means ligature, connection, conformity, it is the science that simplifies the union between the individual and the Universe.”

The Great Messages, Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière.


Dear friends of the Magna Fraternitas Universalis,

 Join us for the interesting Lecture:

“How Yoghism helps you in your studies and permits you to have a more integral understanding of your surroundings".

Speaker, Olivia Ryatt from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, will explore the most archaic culture – understanding culture as a vision of life– formerly practiced in all parts of the world, Yoga.






Based on the high ideals proposed by Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière, “What is important is […] shaping their spirit for observation and reflection, critical analysis within research and the love for truth,”

 The Great Messages, Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferriere, pg. 120

"In short, yoghism (as a doctrine) should be followed in order to document ones self towards yoga (as a system), which in addition comprises of a set of sciences and philosophies that finally allow for the great realization, the union, the identification, yug."
YYY/ pg. 496

 Why study? How is all memorized knowledge useful? This and other questions can arise among students in our school system. In most cases, to the student, academic knowledge is something separate from the student’s life and has nothing to do with her or him since he/she has to invest much time each day on something that apparently to him or her has nothing to do with his/her individuality. This need not be so.

In this conference we will look at how Yoghism allows the student to make of academic knowledge also an experienced knowledge covering her/his individuality. We will also see how the neurological level of Yogishm positively affects the student’s memory.

There will be a Gratastha-yoga (psycho-physical exercise) demonstration afterwards as it is one of the methods of Yoghism.   Entrance is free.

Olivia Ryatt has researched extensively the works of the eminent sage Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferriere and his exegete Dr. David Ferriz Olivares; she has lectured in the areas of Hippocratic medicine and Gratastha yoga.


The lecture will take place at 16 May 12:30 pm, at UEI COLLEGES. Rio Hondo Street, El Monte, California  91731. Room 214

.We look forward to seeing you there!

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